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The Mobility Cooperative.

Founded in 1997

Mobility is entered in the commercial register of Zug as the Mobility Cooperative. Its head office is in Rotkreuz. Mobility came into being in 1997 through the merger of the ATG Auto Teilet Genossenschaft and ShareCom cooperatives, both founded in 1987.

Closely networked organisation

Mobility car sharing Switzerland provides its 177’100 customers with some 2’930 vehicles in nine different vehicle categories at 1’500 stations throughout Switzerland round-the-clock. The main customer argument in favour of using the Mobility fleet is the convenient self-service, the central and non-central stations, the efficiency of the combined mobility and the option to use the vehicles round-the-clock at short notice and for short periods of time.

Efficiently organised

The company Mobility car sharing Switzerland currently employs a workforce of 224 that share 193 full-time posts. The five-strong Board of Directors of the cooperative include representatives of the Swiss mobility and economic sectors. The Executive Committee consists of Patrick Marti (Managing Director Mobility Cooperative), Adamo Bonorva (Head of Marketing & Sales), Siegfried Wanner (Head of Finance), Luisa D’Amato (Head of Operations), Peter Affentranger (Head of Human Resources) and Marcel Amstutz (Managing Director Mobility International AG).

Economic development

Recent years have seen Mobility steadily grow its number of locations, vehicles and customers. The cooperative's financial situation is both solid and positive. Detailed figures may be found in the financial and abridged statements.


Mobility International AG is wholly owned by the Mobility Cooperative. The IT subsidiary develops and distributes the car sharing software MobiSys 2.0. This car sharing software is used successfully by Mobility in Switzerland and also by other companies abroad.

Catch a Car AG is a subsidiary company of the Mobility Cooperative. Catch a Car operates the first car sharing program in Switzerland that is not linked to stations. Catch-Cars can be located by smartphone and used without prior reservation. After use, Catch-Cars can be left anywhere within the Catch-Car zone.

sharoo AG, in which the Mobility Cooperative holds a share, offers a platform for sharing private cars. Car owners can have a sharoo Box installed in their automobile. This enables the cars to be opened and locked using an app. People wishing to rent a car look for a suitable vehicle on the platform and can access and lock the car via the app. The owner of the car decides who may rent the car, as well as when and at what price.